Bedtime Stories

Posted: January 2, 2009 in Entertainment, Reviews & Poetries
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Bedtime Stories

Where can you find an alien, a Greek battle, a red ‘cherry ferrari’ horse, a damsel in distress and a cowboy? It’s the ‘Bedtime Stories’ of course!

Played by Adam Sandler as Skeeter Bronson, the son of an ex-motel owner,Marty Bronson, who was forcefully ‘handed’ his motel to Barry Nottingham for the fear of bankruptcy.

Made a promise to Marty to give his son -8yrs old that time-, Skeeter,run his hotel when he’s grown up Barry Nottingham broke his and gave for the last 25years the job of running the hotel to his soon-to-be son in-law, Kendall, who’s dating his daughter, Violet, at that time.

Skeeter’s dream of becoming a manager of the hotel was once again shattered when Barry Nottingham announces that Kendall will be managing the new luxury hotel that he’s going to build soon.

But Skeeter’s -just the hotel handyman at the time-  gets his hope when he started to babysit his sister’s two children, Patrick and Bobbi. He soon realised that the bedtime stories that the kids made up with him before bed turn out to be a reality the next day.

With the help of the kids -they don’t know that their stories were going to be real- Skeeter slowly made his chances to be a manager of the new hotel.

Things get twisted when he gets to know that the hotel will be build on the school site where his nephew and niece are attending and studying.

Losing the girl -who’s fairest of them all- and the trust of both of his nephew and niece, Skeeter tried his best only to know that the school will be blown off in approximately, 13minutes.

With loads of comedy and the presence of Rob Schneider, Adam Sandler truely makes everyone in the theatre hall holding to their sits laughing from the beginning til the end.

A comedy movie that you don’t want to miss for the start of this new year, ‘Bedtime Stories’ is the movie to watch with your parents, partners, beloved, grand parents, grand children. . .everybody!

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Comments
  1. […] Babies vomitting, loads of wrestling techniques(believe it or not they seemed real enough to me), throwing kids(literally) and. . .pregnancy test. Yes, plus a whole lot of comedies and there you have it, a romantic comedy movie fit for this Christmas season. Worth the watch if you also enjoy ‘Bedtime Stories‘. […]

  2. coffee says:

    Bedtime Stories was a lot of fun, seemed to be much the same style as Sandler’s previous movie, “Click”

  3. CMrok93 says:

    Given that Sandler’s main appeal has always been to the 12-year-old in all of us, it probably makes sense for him to aim his movies directly at that age group. Nice stuff, check out my review when you can!

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